|ympäröidä englanniksi||hem fi, encircle fi, gird fi, straddle fi, wreath fi, skirt fi, ring fi, encompass fi, surround fi, enclose fi|
*: his morning hems
*: Hem, and stroke thy beard.
*: hem of the sea
: The fasces were girt about with twine in bundles large.
: The lady girt herself with silver chain, from which she hung a golden shear.
: Our home is girt by sea... - [[w:Advance Australia Fair|Advance Australia Fair]]
*: I thank thee for that gird, good Tranio.
*: Conscience ... is freed from many fearful girds and twinges which the atheist feels.
*: Being moved, he will not spare to gird the gods.
*: Men of all sorts take a pride to gird at me.
*: As they approached the entrance of the port, the giant straddled clear across it, with a foot firmly planted on each headland,
*: The mountain-ringed Yukon Flats basin straddles the Arctic Circle and is bisected by the Yukon River.
: ux|en|a wreath of smoke; a wreath of clouds
: At the funeral, a circle of comrades wreathed the grave of the honored deceased.
*: I unsealed the vial mystical,
I outpoured the liquid thing,
And while the smoke came wreathing out,
I stood unshuddering.
*: "I like purple best," said Maida. "And old Schlegel has promised to make it for $8. Its going to be lovely. Im going to have a plaited skirt and a blouse coat trimmed with a band of galloon under a white cloth collar with two rows of—"
*: The petticoats and skirts ordinarily worn are decidedly the heaviest part of the dress ; hence it is necessary that some reform should be effected in these.
*: A narrow lace, or a small skirt of ruffled linen, which runs along the upper part of the stays before, and crosses the breast, being a part of the tucker, is called the modesty piece.
*: "Mate," said the Cockney, after wed finished about half the bottle, "it comes to me that were a couple o blightin idjits to be workin for a skirt."
*: "What dya mean?" I asked, taking a pull at the bottle.
*: "Well, eres us, two red-blooded e-men, takin orders from a lousy little frail, andin the swag hover to er, and takin wot she warnts to and us, wen we could ave the ole lot. Take this job ere now--"
*: Here in the skirts of the forest.
: The plain was skirted by rows of trees.
*: An enormous man and woman (it was early-closing day) were stretched motionless, with their heads on pocket-handkerchiefs, side by side, within a few feet of the sea, while two or three gulls gracefully skirted the incoming waves, and settled near their boots.
*: skirted his loins and thighs with downy gold
: The set of all points (x, y) such that (x-1)2 + y2 = r2 is a circle of radius r around nowrap|the point (1, 0).
: ux|en|Put on your dunce-cap and sit down on that circle.
: ux|en|move in a circle
: ux|en|inner circle; circle of friends
*: As his name gradually became known, the circle of his acquaintance widened.
*: At half-past nine on this Saturday evening, the parlour of the Salutation Inn, High Holborn, contained most of its customary visitors....In former days every tavern of repute kept such a room for its own select circle, a club, or society, of habitués, who met every evening, for a pipe and a cheerful glass.
*: “I dont mean all of your friends—only a small proportion—which, however, connects your circle with that deadly, idle, brainless bunch—the insolent chatterers at the opera, the gorged dowagers,nb..., the jewelled animals whose moral code is the code of the barnyard—!"
*: The Rabbit could not claim to be a model of anything, for he didn’t know that real rabbits existed; he thought they were all stuffed with sawdust like himself, and he understood that sawdust was quite out-of-date and should never be mentioned in modern circles.
*: He arrived at the lakefront and drove around the circle where the amusement park and beach used to be when he was a kidnb...
*: in the circle of this forest
*: Thus in a circle runs the peasants pain.
*: That heavy bodies descend by gravity; and, again, that gravity is a quality whereby a heavy body descends, is an impertinent circle and teaches nothing.
*: Has he given the lie, / In circle, or oblique, or semicircle.
: ux|en|The ten Circles of the Holy Roman Empire were those principalities or provinces which had seats in the German Diet.
: After working all night, she had circles under her eyes.
*: Other planets circle other suns.
*: Their heads are circled with a short turban.
*: So he lies, circled with evil.
: Circle the jobs that you are interested in applying for.
: Vultures circled overhead.
*: The dearest ring in Venice will I give you.
: ux|en|a ring of mushrooms growing in the wood
*: And hears the Muses in a ring / Aye round about Joves altar sing.
: ux|en|onion rings
*: Place me, O, place me in the dusty ring, / Where youthful charioteers contend for glory.
: ux|en|a crime ring; a prostitution ring; a bidding ring (at an auction sale)
*: the ruling ring at Constantinople
: ux|en|a benzene ring
*: The ring is common in the Huntingdonshire accounts of Ramsey Abbey. It was equal to half a quarter, i.e., is identical with the coomb of the eastern counties. —
*: Kernel Mode processes run in ring 0, and User Mode processes run in ring 3.
: The inner city was ringed with dingy industrial areas.
: They ringed the trees to make the clearing easier next year.
: Only ringed hogs may forage in the commons.
: We managed to ring 22 birds this morning.
: to ring a pigs snout
*: Ring these fingers.
*: .. how he rung upon the rein of a wimpling wing ..
: The church bells ring could be heard the length of the valley.
: The ring of hammer on anvil filled the air.
: The name has a nice ring to it.
: I’ll give you a ring when the plane lands.
*: the ring of acclamations fresh in his ears
: St Marys has a ring of eight bells.
*: as great and tunable a ring of bells as any in the world
: The bells were ringing in the town.
: The deliveryman rang the doorbell to drop off a parcel.
*: The shard-borne beetle, with his drowsy hums, / Hath rung nights yawning peal.
: Whose mobile phone is ringing?
: That does not ring true.
: I will ring you when we arrive.
*: So he spoke, and it seemed there was a little halting at first, as of men not liking to take Blackbeards name in Blackbeards place, or raise the Devil by mocking at him. But then some of the bolder shouted Blackbeard, and so the more timid chimed in, and in a minute there were a score of voices calling Blackbeard, Blackbeard, till the place rang again.
*: It is instructive for us to learn as well as to ponder on the fact that "the very men who looked down with delight, when the sand of the arena reddened with human blood, made the arena ring with applause when Terence in his famous line: ‘Homo sum, Nihil humani alienum puto’ proclaimed the brotherhood of man."
: The set of integers, , is the prototypical ring.
: The definition of ring without unity allows, for instance, the set of even integers to be a ring.
: This book on English grammar encompasses all irregular verbs.
: Drake encompassed the globe.
*: and this way they get rid of those grand and stubborn opinions that surround them.
: ux|en|to surround the world
*: He drifted through the room, avoiding the furniture by instinct, closed the door that led to the passage, and only then flicked on his flashlight.
*: It swept around the room, picking out a desk, a telephone, a wall of bookshelves, and a deep armchair, and finally settled on a handsome fireplace with a large surround of red brick.